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  1. #51
    Quote Originally Posted by Piscafile View Post
    Aaaaahhhh, a snake!

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    Nope.
    A bow, sometimes with cams sometimes not.
    Never any sights
    XX78's

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  3. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by Piscafile View Post
    Aaaaahhhh, a snake!

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    Mmm pit BBQ!

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  5. #53
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    Starting to see cats back in the neighborhood since they closed the China Buffet. I miss that place!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowgren2 View Post
    Starting to see cats back in the neighborhood since they closed the China Buffet. I miss that place!!
    Fence rabbit. The other white meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piscafile View Post
    Aaaaahhhh, a snake!

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    Shoot, shovel, shutup.
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    The "Shoot, shovel, shutup." works wonders on late night cat fights. My neighbor is feeding them, just does not realize skunks and fox also like cat food.

  9. #57
    Think we lost the friendly barn cat the other day.

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  10. #58
    They make more every day
    A bow, sometimes with cams sometimes not.
    Never any sights
    XX78's

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsb View Post
    They make more every day
    We used to live about a quarter of a mile away from a farmyard that was over run with feral cats. The RSPCA offered to go in and sterilise them free of charge to try to control the numbers. Unfortunately the farmer, who was a bit of an odd ball refused them access.

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